Jason is an electrician who started off in the residential and commercial sector in Montreal. He found his passion in the industrial sector in 2011 when he started working for CLAC, and soon took on steward responsibilities.
Since 2015, Jason has been a chief steward on the AECOM project at Kearl Lake. He is also on the health and welfare board of trustees for CLAC.
A devoted family man, Jason lives in Montreal with his wife Samantha and his two children, Jackson and Emma.
Jason would truly appreciate the opportunity to represent his fellow CLAC members on the Local 63 board.
Red Deer, AB.
Kevin has been a CLAC member for eight years and has served as a steward for the past five. He has worked as a steamfitter-pipefitter with Ledcor, Canonbie, URS-Flint and PCL Energy. He is now at Albian Sands with AECOM.
Over the past 30+ years, Kevin has worked in various union and non-union environments. He believes the CLAC model is the most productive and beneficial for labour-management relations. As a dedicated steward, he has been involved in grievance procedures and collective agreement negotiations, including the largest ratification in Local 63 history.
Kevin is committed to working continuously for the best interests and wishes of the members and would appreciate the opportunity to do so as a board member.
Kevin a devoted family man with a wife and two daughters. An Edmonton native, he has worked as a scaffold erector in the oil and gas industry for the past 18 years across Alberta and Northern British Columbia. Currently, he is working for Brock Canada Field Services at Kearl Lake on a maintenance contract.
His passion for his trade and the people he works with is why he has served as a steward on several different sites with several different companies. He has also been a member of bargaining committees. Since becoming a steward, Kevin has worked at improving his skills and knowledge to best represent the members of Local 63.
Kevin is strong believer is what CLAC stands for and what it does for its workers. He is committed to standing up for what is right and honoured to be on the ballot for the Local board.
Jeremy works with JV Driver in Nisku as a steamfitter-pipefitter. He has spent the last nine years in the fabrication and construction industry with many big companies (Kiewit, Saipem, Pro-V).
Jeremy’s construction journey started in Shuswap, BC, where he was building houseboats as a teenager. He later moved to Kelowna to work on high rises, running machinery and framing. After moving to Edmonton with his wife, he started working as apprentice pipefitter. His people skills, leadership, and genuine care for other people led to his role as a job site steward. Jeremy worked his way up to being a chief steward on multiple job sites, representing over 4,000 employees.
Jeremy has always represented the members and CLAC with high standards and to the best of his abilities. He hopes this opportunity will only expand his reach to help to create a better working environment for everyone.